Virtual PBX Comparison Website Reveals Steep Discounts
PBXCompare.com, a virtual PBX website that compares all of the current offerings on the market has revealed that Grasshopper.com, a provider of virtual phone systems is now offering $75 off the initial sign up plan for any of its services.
PBXCompare.com’s special price arrangement through Grasshopper.com is an important incentive for consumers to use the site which is built by experts.
Virtual PBX services include important, innovative features, such as a virtual phone number, a virtual receptionist, call forwarding, voicemail, and voicemail to e-mail.
The side-by-side phone service comparison has become an important resource to many business owners who are confused when it comes to choosing the best virtual PBX service for their individual requirements, company officials said in a press release.
On a continuous basis, PBXCompare.com presents business owners with different cost -saving offers that are available from virtual PBX providers. The deal between PBXCompare.com and Grasshopper.com is expected to assist both companies to tap more business.
"We love working with vendors to bring our users the lowest price possible for Virtual PBX services,” said PBXCompare.com’s site manager, Casey Jones, in a statement.
“Yes, we do have a great relationship with Grasshopper.com. However, we suggest that anyone in the market for virtual PBX service visit our website and make an informed decision based on their particular business needs,” Jones added.
At a time where companies require an easy, fast and flexible way to communicate, the implementation of virtual PBX systems is becoming extremely popular. virtual-pbx reported that Rob Lith, director of Connection Telecom, recently added to this sentiment in a statement revealing, “Things change, sometimes very quickly and not always out in the open. So it is with hosted or cloud solutions (such as PBXs).”
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Edited by Jamie Epstein